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Kodaly Corner: Slap Happy! A Rhythm Practice Game

Kodaly Corner: Slap Happy! A Rhythm Practice Game

A good idea for teaching bass and treble clefs to piano students.

A good idea for teaching bass and treble clefs to piano students.

Teaching Elementary Music: Tanya's Blog Students work in groups to arrange the sticks. Each stick has one measure of the song.

Teaching Elementary Music: Tanya's Blog Students work in groups to arrange the sticks. Each stick has one measure of the song.

Pursuit of Joyfulness: Monday Music Manipulatives

Pursuit of Joyfulness: Monday Music Manipulatives

FREE printable Rhythm Value Cards.  Perfect for rhythm dictation and other games!

FREE printable Rhythm Value Cards. Perfect for rhythm dictation and other games!

My 3-5's did this with tennis balls and K-2 with scarves. Whole notes with scarves were a full circle with one arm going overhead, and half notes were passing around the body. Quarter notes we passed the scarf from hand-to-hand in front, and for Eighths we waved the scarf up and down. Great activity!

My 3-5's did this with tennis balls and K-2 with scarves. Whole notes with scarves were a full circle with one arm going overhead, and half notes were passing around the body. Quarter notes we passed the scarf from hand-to-hand in front, and for Eighths we waved the scarf up and down. Great activity!

Measure cards. I use these in my classroom and it is a great way for the students to manipulate rhythms.

Measure cards. I use these in my classroom and it is a great way for the students to manipulate rhythms.

Use these Smartboard files to compose rhythm patterns with students using Lego blocks! The number of beats each block is worth corresponds with the length of the lego block. For example, a quarter note uses a "one-lump" block, while a half note uses a "two-lump" block, and so on. Templates are made in 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4.

Use these Smartboard files to compose rhythm patterns with students using Lego blocks! The number of beats each block is worth corresponds with the length of the lego block. For example, a quarter note uses a "one-lump" block, while a half note uses a "two-lump" block, and so on. Templates are made in 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4.

Last year I made some of these rhythm cards to use as manipulatives for a meter unit.    Now, a year later I have expanded the collect...

Last year I made some of these rhythm cards to use as manipulatives for a meter unit. Now, a year later I have expanded the collect...

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